The law surrounding domestic violence in North Carolina is deceptively complex. In this episode, North Carolina Attorney Bill Powers answers the questions that matter to you when you when you or a loved one is involved in a domestic violence matter, including:
What constitutes domestic violence?
What is the difference between 50B and 50C restraining orders?
What happens if I have criminal charges and a civil protective order?
How a past or present relationship between the victim and the accused can impact a case.
Can a domestic violence charge affect my divorce case?
Does a domestic violence charge affect a claim for alimony?
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The 2017 North Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine includes Bill Powers on the:
“TOP 100" North Carolina Super Lawyers List
"TOP 25" in Charlotte Super Lawyers List
11 YEARS Selected to Super Lawyers
Law Talk with Bill Powers is an educational resource only. The information presented on this podcast does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for consulting with an attorney. Every situation is unique; therefore, you should always consult with a licensed attorney before making any legal decisions.
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